i am here after reading cilisos.my article. nice UI, but it is still new though, for me to judge: saying that this app is great/unhelpful... need more people to install and report the dengue cases
This is a great idea but the execution is missing a key usability aspect; If the user need to launch the app every time to check if they are in a dengue prone area this drastically limits the usefulness of the app. It would be best if the phone periodically queried the GPS and sent notifications to provide real time alerts when the user is close to a potential dengue area. This also functions as an alert so that the user can participate in the data collection of the aforementioned area. Of course, the usefulness of a feature like that has implications that reach far beyond only dengue as a method of geolocating various disease and pathogenic threats. Use-ability wise I also recommend adding in-app notification controls and scheduling. Lastly, you need to add tags to your play store entry. Discoverability of this app is hampered by the fact you can't just search "Dengue" or "AIME" and get it in the first page of results.
This app could empower community to Beat Dengue in a more efficient way. Amazing UI and features!
When more people start providing the data points the more powerful this app becomes 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
useful tool.prevention is better than cure.appreciate the hard work put in developing this app.thank you!
Great app. What a way to save lives.
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